The legendary ‘Madchester’ group the Stone Roses will be playing their own headline shows on the back of their appearance on the Future Music Festival 2013 lineup, playing three dates, including the Riverstage in Brisbane on 1st March, Hordern Pavillion in Sydney on 6th March and Festival Hall in Melbourne on 7th March. Arguably one
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NME have reported that longstanding rock act Primal Scream has finally found a permanent member for their vacant bassist position. The newly announced bass player goes by the name of Simone Butler, who at this stage appears to be somewhat of a mystery, with NME putting the call out to anyone who has any background
Once upon a source there was some news that could be or could not be true. Good old UK Tabloid Rag The Sun has given a round about date of 2013 as to when fans can expect a new record from English rock band Stone Roses, who reformed in the latter half of last year…
The Stone Roses‘ frontman Ian Brown has described England’s Queen Elizabeth as “Queen Witch” during their performance at Scotland’s T in the Park festival on the weekend.
Here’s one to file under the ‘WTF?’ and ‘Desperate Cash In’ categories: someone has put a small container of ‘captured atmosphere’ from one of The Stone Roses‘ comeback shows in Manchester up for sale on eBay.
After adamantly declaring that The Chili Peppers will be headlining Big Day Out 2013, triple j’s Nui Te Koha has once again peered into his crystal ball, picking out The Stone Roses as favourites for Future Music 2013.
It’s been a massive week for Manchester Music this week in more forms than one. Last night, The Stone Roses took the stage for their second sold-out homecoming gig at Heaton Park, which was praised by critics all across the world. Manchester rock was in its prime in the late 80s and early 90s; however,
After 16 years, they somehow finally got their act together, and it feels like we’re all in the gang together again. Tickets for their UK shows sold out within minutes, shows around Europe are being posted on YouTube, displaying crowds singing along to every word of every song like anthems. Having only produced two albums
NME has reported that Stone Roses frontman Ian Brown has lashed out at one of his own bandmates onstage, calling drummer Reni a ‘c**t’ after he failed to come back onstage for an encore during a performance in Amsterdam.
Last night The Stone Roses played their first show since 1996 at Warrington Parr Hall for 1500 guests, who all got in for free. The band opened with their classic hit I Wanna Be Adored. According to the UK Telegraph, Ian Brown’s unpredictable voice held up throughout the show. Stone Roses biographer John Robb told
The Stone Roses have about three or four new songs already recorded, according to Chris Coghill, the screenwriter for a new film that is based on the band’s legendary 1990 Spike Island show that saw 27,000 people attend and launch the band into the media spotlight. Speaking to the BBC, Coghill, who also starred in
Rumours have been floating that the Stone Roses‘ drummer Reni is not taking part in their much-hyped reunion shows on the European festival circuit and at Manchester’s Heaton Park in the coming months.
Reformed Manchester rockers The Stone Roses will headline the UK’s V Festival in August.
The Stone Roses have signed two record deals in the UK and US ahead of what could be a new album release, their first in 17 years. Universal will be handling the band’s release in the UK and Columbia will do likewise in US. The signings were confirmed via the band’s Facebook page. Hints that
Industry sources have confirmed with Music Feeds that The Stone Roses are planing an Australian tour in 2012 as part of their reunion world tour. The bands management have been making enquiries to Australian promoters in preparation for an impending tour.
On Sunday we reported that The Stone Roses would reform and now it’s official.
Legendary Manchester rock band Stone Roses are set to reform for a massive reunion tour, which will see the band play shows for the first time in 15 years. The full original line-up are back together with Ian Brown, John Squire, Gary ‘Mani’ Mountfield and Alan ‘Reni’ Wren joining forces again for what is being
There have been rumours this week that Madchester pioneer group The Stone Roses would be reforming again after Singer Ian Brown and Guitarist John Squire met up for the first time since they fell out in 1996. Clint Boon from the Inspiral Carpets fueled the rumours by tweeting “It’s true that Ian and John met